there is one difference though, when a summary- address is configured in EIGRP or OSPF the subnets comprising the summary are not advertised, you can do it in EIGRP with a leak-map but not in OSPF as far as I know.
In BGP the default with the aggregate-address is to also send the subnets part of the summary and you can disable this with the summary-only keyword.
I don't know of any summary-address command in BGP but you can summarize at classful boundary with the auto-summary command but it is working differently from IGP and also wheter you are using network commands or redistributing the prefixes.
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